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Impeachment of President Donald Trump was on the minds and in the hopes of nearly 300 people who marched down Water Street for the fourth annual Womxn’s March on Jan. 18. Close on the activists’ heels came Trump’s own supporters: around 15 people carrying American flags and signs supporting the re-election of the current president. more
If the City of Port Townsend changes course on plans for a new sewer drain at North Beach, it may be due, in part, to concerns about eelgrass, an aquatic plant beachcombers take for granted but scientists worry about. more
Award winning regional cheese crafters at Mt. Townsend Creamery will be shutting down their equipment for the very last time Jan. 31 after the business announced last week it will no longer be able to continue operation. more
Postal customers calling to complain about home delivery in Port Townsend are learning the changes in their hometown service are a side-effect of the rapid growth of online shopping. more
When Jefferson County’s Emergency Management team posted a severe winter weather warning Sunday afternoon, it looked like the first snow of 2020 was going to wallop Jefferson County with heavy … more
  This story is biblical: A woman is nine months pregnant and days away from her due date. She’s also homeless. It’s a story that is happening right now in Jefferson County, in … more
After winning more than $3 million in federal and state financing, Olympic Community Action Programs is hoping to break ground on a new affordable housing project in Port Townsend by fall of … more
Qualifying PUD customers can request the installation of a non-radio frequency-transmitting electrical meter at their home. This issue has long been debated but now customers can fill out an … more
Michael Pilarski has been collecting books on agriculture and earth repair for 40 years. Now, with a library of information at his fingertips, he wants to share it with Jefferson County’s … more
Port Townsend will join in the nationwide Women’s March on Jan. 18 by hosting a local march, called the Womxn’s Wave, down Water Street at 11 a.m. that day. Now in its fourth year, the … more
The Port of Port Townsend has narrowed its search for a new executive director from 45 applicants down to four and has asked the public for help making a decision. The interview process for the … more
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